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for america. we don't have health. what if something was to happen to mississippi or new orleans or any inner city in america? guess what? those people don't have health, and we're going to need help. so you have to help. just like we would need help if something was to happen to us. >> larry: tea you're a unicef a ambassador and national board member for the unicef. there's one of the contributors contributing tonight. what do you have with you that unicef provides? >> what's the difference between this crisis and maybe the tsunami? after the tsunami we were able to prevent the death of any child in sort of the second wave of a disaster, which is bringing in supplies. we're looking at a much more desperate situation here. one of the things that we're sending over, which is sort of so urgent, the children of haiti before this crisis, as you were saying, were already in sort of a dire situation. kids who were malnourished are much more susceptible to suffer from disease. they're more apt to contract chlorea or dysentery. one packet is about 7 cents. >> larry: show it to the camera. >> this is
's happened to her since. host of the tyra show. create for and executive producer of "america's top model" and recently launched an online magazine called tyra beauty inside and out. >> larry: are you looking to be oprah? is that it? >> if i tried, i would fail. >> he's like the god mama, there never has been and there never will be another. but looking to be her, no. i started as a model, so the path is quite different. >> larry: last time you were on, you were dealing with the f-word, unflattering tabloid photo of you and remember in the swimsuit? you have lost weight since then. do you think like a fat person? >> i don't, actually. you know, when i told the world to kiss my fat -- i can say ass, right? >> larry: yes. >> when i told people to kiss my fat ass, i maintained it for three years. i didn't look at myself, even on television and think that i was too big or -- i don't know. i didn't -- it didn't connect. but since i have lost a lot of weight and it started with a weight loss challenge actually at top of this year. so i'm two years after kiss my fat ass. >> larry: you talk about
make of it? >> i'm looking forward to hearing a speech by someone who knows america's place in the world market and has fiscal responsibility, and i hope obama is listening very carefully when steve jobs speaks tomorrow. i don't know, it seems we're in big trouble, and the good news is it seems the american people are realizing that when you're in debt horribly that maybe it's best to stop spending a little bit. >> larry: president obama, tanya, dismissed in the campaign when discussing a freeze. obama said it would be like taking a scalpel to it. here's what mccain had to say today. >> i think that the president understands now how serious this problem is and that it requires hatch et ceteets and scalpels. it requires a hatchet to bring it under control, and it requires the scalpel to eliminate the waste ful and unnecessary spending. >> larry: and john mccain will be with us tomorrow night when we follow all the following following state of the union. we'll be on at midnight eastern, 9:00 pacific. tanya, what do you make of it? >> i think the president is certainly bend to
where america had to get off its sugar high. >> started out with an economic crisis and seemed to be a bottomless pit and started out as a very frightening time. >> certainly if you had a job you were really lucky and everybody was scaling back in their own way. >> from the start all the numbers were running bad, employment down, home sales down, business down, down, down. >> i think it was a brutal year. i think this was a year when americans worked twice as hard to earn half as much. >> the economy sucks. every man for himself. start stuffing your mattress full of cash. >> worst ratio of the year. 6-1 as in six people applying for every one job opening. unemployment wound up at 10%. way up from the beginning of the year when it was well below 8%. >> i like to fish. when i fish now i fish with dinner. before i fish was for it. it's different now. >> the worst waiting list. almost 16 million americans at one point looking for paychecks and not finding them. >> with all the unemployed people, did the hands across america, they could circle the lower 48. why aren't we working on
in america, parents wanting to adopt children, couldn't things be expedited through red tape? and get these kids quickly here? >> reporter: well, for a lot of the little kids whose adoptions had already been approved that is being expedited and the u.s. embassy is working on that. the real problem is for these kids who have no paperwork, for the kids in orphanages. the paperwork has been lost or it wasn't at the stage where everything had been signed and sealed. also for all these new orphans cropping up, what is going to be done about them? the haitian government is barely functioning. there is, you know, a lot of orphanages are badly damaged and there are these people separated from their parents or their parents have died. >> larry: you see any light at the end of the tunnel, anderson? >> reporter: you know, there's many points of light here. there's greater food distribution and water distribution. they've set up a number of distribution points throughout the city. the aid is in the pipeline. there's a lot of aid sitting at the airport. a lot of it is getting distributed. it's not
to haiti and i've seen what american army has done, all i can say is, god bless america and american army, because they work so hard. and the only sense of order that is there, i think it's them. and they're trying so hard to help, to distribute, to do anything they can to help these people. >> larry: kent, besides orphans, how many kids do we know have been separated from their families? >> well, the issue of children separated from their families or unaccompanied because of the earthquake is something that we're very concerned with here at unicef. we're working together with all our partners to identify and register the children that may be unaccompanied and separated. we are referring them, if they are injured or need urgent medical care, to hospitals. they are also being referred to interim care shelters, where they are provided a safe and protective environment. we've brought recreation kits, education kits. we also have at one of the shelters a psychosocial counselor, who conducts psychosocial activities with the children. and most importantly, they're in a safe, protective environm
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almost blew up a commercial jet on christmas day. what should the white house do now to keep america safe? plus, another white house gate crasher? someone who didn't belong at that state dinner got in. and it's not these people. that's next on "larry king live." >>> a deputy u.s. marshal was wounded and a court security killed along with the gunman in the las vegas shoot-out. we go to cnn's senior white house correspondent ed henry who was in vegas today on his way home from covering the president in hawaii. what were you doing in vegas? >> well, i can't give you all the details, larry. it stays in vegas, i guess. in all seriousness, i was coming to get a little rest and relaxation, obviously, and bottom line is that it was anything but. there was such a dramatic scene. i was driving near this federal building right behind me, and all of a sudden i heard a man in plain clothes who i saw had a 9 millimeter gun shouting everybody get down. i didn't know who he was. i stopped the car and i realized he was a plain clothed police officer who had something on his radio saying there was a shoote
. but i think we republicans have our work cut out for us. we got to propose a positive agenda for america. we have to be careful stewards of the dollars and practice fiscal responsibility. we've got our obligations. but we want to work with the president and with the democrats. so let's start all over again and see if we can do it. and we can begin by starting all over with health care reform. >> larry: do you favor throwing out don't ask, don't tell? >> i think it's a serious mistake. we're in two wars. don't ask, don't tell has been a very effective policy and one that has worked. the evidence of that is the best trained, best equipped, most professional military we've ever had. and i just think it would be a very serious mistake when we're in two wars to make an abrupt policy change. >> larry: would you change it down the road? >> well, i would rely on the joint chiefs of staff, our military leadership. those are the ones we entrust the lives of our young men and women, and have them do a study and come up with recommendations as to whether this policy needs to be modified or not. i wo
>> larry: tonight, rudy giuliani. he saw new york for a terror attack that brought america's biggest city to its knees. how does he think president obama is handling the crisis that confronts the america today. and then, the roaman polanski rape case before a judge today. the victim wants the charges gonzales him dismissed. we have the latest next on "larry king live." >>> we begin with the former mayor of new york, rudy giuliani. lots to talk about. what about, you are not going to run for governor. you are going to run for senate? what is next for you. >> what is next for me is continuing to build my two businesses, giuliani partners and a security kean. we are going security in various parts of the world. i'm very busy and not the time. >> larry: be you consider it down the road? >> yeah, sure. life changes and politics changes. who knows what is going on happen? i are involved in so many thing. we are doing security for the olympics and the world cup in brazil. i'm involved with my firm in a lot of cases mooism active and enjoying myself which is the most important thin
now. >> larry: tonight, rudy giuliani. he saw new york through a terror attack that brought america's biggest city to its knees. how does he think president obama is handling the crisis that confronts america today? he's here to tell us. >>> and then the roman polanski rape case. back before a judge today. the victim wants the charges against him dismissed. we've got all the latest and all next on "larry king live." >> larry: we begin with the former mayor of new york, rudy giuliani. he sought the republican nomination for the presidency in 2008. lots to talk about. what about, you are not going to run for governor. are you going to run for senate? what's next for you? >> what is next for me is continuing to build my two businesses, giuliani partners and bracewell giuliani. we're involved with a security consulting company. we're doing security in various parts of the world and a worldwide law firm bracewell giuliani. i'm very busy and not the time to leave. too many things going on. >> larry: might you consider it some time down the road? >> yeah, sure. you never know. what i found
find loving parents and new homes in america. is their status settled? the federal government's poured tens of billions of your dollars into economic stimulus. worthwhile? big fat waste? we'll square off ron paul and robert reich take on each other next on "larry king live." good evening. residents of port-au-prince waited in lines for hours today to get their first relief supplies. bags of rice and beans. food and supplies are slowly making their way to the people who need them so desperately. to find out where things stand, anderson cooper stands by as he has ever since this started two weeks ago tonight. he is, of course, in port-au-prince. i saw a film from the bbc anderson in which they brought in supplies and took them back. what's going on? >> well, we're seeing a lot of food distribution at this point. they're handing out food in a lot of different areas. i saw a food hantdout by action against hunger, water distribution is a key issue right now. sometimes if there are unruly crowds or things get beyond the control, they will might have away. for the most part things are very o
, america should ask themselves a question. if you're an african-american with a black-sounds name, you have a 50% chance -- less chance of getting a call-back for a job if you had a mainstream sounding name. same qualifications and same resume and different names. why do we do that in america? that should be the lesson. i don't believe we should just move on. i believe we should learn from this, this is a teachable moment and go deep inside ourselves but don't just jump off to the next thing and never have a true, honest discussion so we can be better about ourselves. >> jeff johnson, is that a conversation the president has to lead? at some point let's move on, but hang on let's talk more about race and more in depth? >> i think the president has enough on his plate. i don't want him taking anything off of his plate to make race the discussion. i don't think, however, he should run from it. i think that perhaps he can do an alley-oop to somebody else that can lead that discussion. no, i don't think president obama should be leading the charge to have a discussion on race, but my fear and c
beast" and author of "wingnuts, how the lunatic fringe is hijacking america." president obama was asked about the election last night. here's what he said to abc's george stephanopoulos. >> the same thing that swept scott brown into office swept me into office. people are angry and they're fraus rated. >> what's the strategy going forward. a lot of people talked about getting the house to pass the senate bill. >> here's one thing i know. i just want to make sure this is off the table. the senate certainly shouldn't try to jam anything through until scott brown is seated. the people of massachusetts spoke. he's got to be part of that process. i would advise that we try to move quickly to coalesce around those elements of the package that people agree on. >> larry: david gergen, what's your reaction to that? >> larry, first of all, it's hard to go from that 5-year-old child in haiti back to politics. isn't it? but i think the interpretation is being placed on it by a number of people is right and that is that president obama was signaling in that interview that he's prepared to accept som
through a terror attack that brought america's biggest city to its knees. how does he think president obama is handling the crisis that confronts america today? he's here to tell us. and then, their bodies are their prisons. confined by morbid obesity that could kill them. carnie wilson is still battling. so is the biggest loser winner and a family that weighs almost a ton. telling us how they're fighting the war against weight. next on "larry king live." >> larry: we begin with the former mayor of new york, rudy giuliani, who sought the republican nomination for the presidency in 2008. lots to talk about. what about -- you're not going to run for governor? you're not going to run for senate. what's next for you? >> what's next for me is continuing to to build my two businesses, giuliani partners and bracewell giuliani. i'm involved with a security consulting company. we're doing security in various parts of the world and a worldwide law firm, bracewell giuliani. i'm very busy, having a great time, and not the time to -- not the time to leave. too many things going on. >> larry: might
america safe. and joan rivers was kept off a plane. could the travel nightmare happen to you? next on "larry king live." >>larry: i want to remind you that richard heene, the father who led the whole country to believe his son was trapped in a helium balloon, will be here friday, his nifirst interview since being sentenced to jail and he says it wasn't a hoax. that's friday on larry king live. following the security team about the ongoing review of the foiled christmas day bombing attack, president obama summons up the failures and his reaction to it. >> i just concluded the bottom line is this. the u.s. government had sufficient information to have uncovered this plot and potentially disrupt the christmas day attack. but our intelligence community failed to connect those dots, which would have placed the suspect on the no fly list. in other words, this was not a failure to collect intelligence, it was a failure to integrate and understand the intelligence that we already had. the information was there, agencies and analysts who needed it had access to it, and our professionals wer
will not be forsaken. you will not be forgotten. in this your hour of greatest need, america stands with you, the world stands with you. >> can the world see haiti through the human suffering and heartache and save its country and people who have nothing left and no where else to turn, next on "larry king live." or first guest has had quite a day in port-au-prince. before we speak with him, though, we want to show you how sanjay examined and treated a 15-day-old baby after he was approached by the father asking for help. watch this incredible moment. okay. i'm sorry. we don't have that video. what happened, sanjay? >> well, this was a situation that's playing out over and over again, as you might imagine in port-au-prince. families and in this case the uncle of a 15-day-old baby walking through the streets with this baby looking for help, any kind of help. in this case specifically i want aid neurosurgeon to look at this baby who they were concerned about with a head injury. the baby was in a home that was devastated by the earthquake. the mother died in that accident, and the father was simply too dis
the hurricane. it seems like it's a disaster after disaster, but i think the haitians that are in america now, we need to step up. >> as wyclef said, it's nightfall there, it's nighttime there, the same time as the east coast of the united states. you're out of electricity, no phone service, maybe a collapsed building and one man i talked to a moment ago said he hasn't heard any heavy equipment moving through, no bulldozers coming. one can only imagine what this night is like for a huge number of people on the ground in haiti. >> this is probably one of the darkest nights in our history. i think only when the sun comes up will we get a sense of it. this is a place that's really not equipped for this kind of rescue. i'm sure there are people who might have been saved if they were gotten to in time. but it's going to be astronomical, and i just want to echo what wyclef says. we need an extraordinary amount of help in the days and months and years to come. i think this whole -- the whole country basically is going to need rebuilding, and people who are the poorest of the poor, least able to with
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many times the black woman is the strongest individual figure in america. >> wow. >> larry: the black mother. >> wow. you know what i agree with that. i absolutely agree with that. the strongest individual figure. yeah, because the things that they have to take on it's just -- it's unreal. and it makes me proud to, you know, wear the skin. >> larry: did you ever think about giving up? >> oh, yes. yeah. >> larry: lots? >> yeah. >> but the thing that kept me going was the faith. there was always this little bit of a spark of life that said, it's going to be okay, just keep going, just keep moving. the thing that i had to do, is and what i tell people to keep going on in these economic times, to keep moving, every step. no matter how small. some days you don't want to get out of bed. if you take one step every day, you get there. yeah. >> larry: when he speaks, hollywood listens. oprah, tyra banks. t.d. jakes are all his friends. we're getting to them. more with tyler perry and the secret of his success in 60 seconds. >> larry: we're back with tyler perry. when he makes a movie, audience
. this was an attempted act of war against the united states of america. we had al ckqaeda moving an operative on an american plane, putting him in a specific seat to do this crime. the president took days to respond. they treat this fellow, reading him his miranda rights instead of getting an interrogation where we can get serious information. they didn't notify the other pilots. larry, did they do anything right is what i want to ask? this is a commander in chief who looks to me like he's not certain what to do when something goes wrong. he has to study it a couple weeks. we need better. >> larry: mark, how do you deal with the delicate balance between the constitution and rights of any individual, to presumption of innocence, the right to a lawyer and an imminent threat to the country? >> well, i don't think it's that delicate of a balance. we need to keep both things in full view. the reality is we can never compromise our values or beliefs in the service of fighting the war on terror. it's not an either/or proposition. it's a both/and proposition. we can uphold our ideals the same time we
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with people i admire so much and the way in america you share movies with actors. we don't do that in france. and then you have to talk about your work with people who know what you are talking about. it was -- it was so amazing that i really wanted to keep it out of the fantasy, out of thinking, oh, if this happens, if that happens. so i really am being nominated with cate blanchett was something huge for me. so i really wanted to enjoy the present time, and to enjoy it, you don't have to think about what could happen. >> larry: well said. penelope, that dance that we showed. >> mm-hmm. >> larry: what was that like to do? >> it was amazing. amazing to learn it from them and to be able to train for three months. i had until i showed it. and to see how every day you can get a little farther and the feeling of freedom you get when you get to do the entire number without stopping. it's been a great experience for me. >> larry: you think that's the biggest turn-on moment of the movie, rob? >> oh, gosh. i think all these -- i think penelope is -- >> larry: there are many sexy scenes, but that's -
. >> there is a large haitian american community in little haiti in miami. give us a sense how the haitians in america are dealing with this. >> well, we as a community, we're dealing with this in a very difficult way. first of all, there was no communication. okay. that was the main concern. you imagine myself as the chairman of an emergency relief committee. people come before me to ask what they should do. i cannot even connect with my own family. and we also tried to collect things to bring to haiti, but now we cannot do that yet because it is not the appropriate time. we have our -- one of our directors who just came back tonight and we will try our best to go to haiti to help the nation. >> hans mardy, good luck to you. we appreciate it. our deepest condolences on the last of your loved ones. make a final thought. >> let me tell you to everyone who lost someone, especially the non-haitians who have lost a life in the land of haiti. >> what a tragedy. if the government is right, the prime minister is right, 100,000 may have been killed out n this earthquake out of a population of 9 million. >>> a
of how the haitians in america are dealing with this? >> well, we as a community -- we deliver this in a very difficult way. first of all, there was no communication. that was the main concern. and imagine the emergency, people come before me to ask, what should i do? and i could not connect with my own family. and we also tried to collect things to bring to haiti. but now, we cannot do that yet because it's not the proper time. we have our -- one of our people went to haiti, he just came back tonight. and we'll try all of our best to go to haiti to help the nation. >> hans marty. good luck to you. appreciate it. deepest condolences on the loss of your loved ones. make a final thought. >> let me tell you also to everyone who lost someone, especially the nonhaitians who lost the life in haiti. >> what a tragedy when you think about it. if the government is right, the prime minister of haiti is right, 100,000 people may have been killed in this earthquake out of a population of 9 million in haiti. appreciate it very much, mr. marty. good luck. amazing story of a story in haiti wi
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. >> what's inspiring to me is how kids are responding to this in america. they get it. he they get that kids need shoes or help. that's really encouraging to me. >> this costs 10 cents, and a family can stir this water for about 30 minutes. after the process of stirring it the water is deflocked. all of the contaminated matter is separated and all of a sudden you may drink and stay healthy. it costs 1 cent per liter, 50 cents for a family of four for an entire month. >> i talked to paul hagis this evening on the phone, and he personally is taking money and supplies to haiti. the website is artistsfor dispeaceand justice.com. >> we're going to donate this for money. >> larry: russell simmons is helping with the phones in new york. who is with you there? >> i'm on with a young lady that made a donation to the red cross and coming back for un certificate. >> we're putting together all the concerts to send the money directly there. >> he said larry should auction off his suspenders tonight. larry auctioning your suspenders tonight as part of the fund-raising. >> i start at $100. >> 250
, ryan seacrest here, too. stay with us. go back to sleep america. the oil crisis is over. i don't think so. our economy is bleeding billions for foreign oil... importing nearly 70% - much of it from countries that don't like us. that's billions we should use to create american jobs. we have plenty of american natural gas, to power our trucks and bus fleets. it's cheaper, cleaner, abundant, and it's ours. we've had our wake up call. it's time to act. >> larry: joining us now from washington, frank and gillian thorpe, survivors of the earthquake. gillian was buried under the rubble for many hours, trapped in the haitian headquarters of the mission where she and frank worked. frank, how far away were you? >> i was about 100 miles north of port-au-prince. i was doing research on a story up north in a region called ahmsrouge. we felt the earthquake up there, the ground beneath us bounced, but we didn't know it was so serious. we didn't know it had hit port-au-prince hard until about two hours later. >> larry: of course, you drive frantically to reach gillian. what happened to you, gillian? >
that you can in america. the most important thing is not cosmetic immediately because you're residual limb will shrink as time goes on, as i'm sure you've been told. i have a form of 6,000 amputees that talk to each other that probably live in an area near you. if you go to heathermills.org you can talk to many people and learn things. if you've got a blister or bleeding later, you don't need to be off your limb. you can use blister plasters, lots of little tips that go forward. one of the quickest way i helped is to help other people. it's like a natural adrenaline feeling that you are connecting with other people, so if you get in touch with us when you're feeling ready, then you can go on and help a lot of the victims from haiti yourself if you feel that you want to do something like that. but you obviously and hopefully will get the best care. we'll communicate. >> larry: you'll be in touch. it's heathermills.org? heather, is that it? >> that's it. heathermills.org. >> larry: sanjay, how is haiti going to be able to handle all of these amputees? i know your specialty is brain surgery,
that? >> absolutely. >> this is america today. >> it is genetic. that's very common. >> it is -- people are genetically predisposed but you can control your genetics. genetics are dynamic. they're not static. >> larry: was your father overweight? >> my father was not overweight. my mother was overweight and, you know, it does tend to run in the family. you can do something about it. you can do something about it. you have to get this right. >> larry: the show proves it. we'll take a break. and a family that's packed on the pounds wants to put a stop to it all. want to end eating and stop doing the wrong things. mom, dad, brother and sister in 60 seconds. it cleared up right away. i can breathe. (announcer) so where would you rate it? 99.9. (announcer) afrin. why suffer? so, at national, i go right past the counter... and you get to choose any car in the aisle. choose any car? you cannot be serious! okay. seriously, you choose. go national. go like a pro. >> larry: we're joined by a family now in indian trail, north carolina, that loves each other and losing weight together. norris coles
that this thing was a hoax, and i really doubt that there's very few people in america who don't understand at this point that this was an elaborate hoax perpetrated by richard and mayumi. >> larry: larry, what do you make of what he said? >> well, it's hard to understand why he is now saying what he's saying, because this is something that was discussed very thoroughly with his attorneys, and i was under the impression, as were the other prosecutors in my office, that this was -- the hoax was very clearly established, and so it is surprising that now he is coming out and saying that he was coerced or whatever reason he is now changing his position. >> larry: richard heene as we know pled guilty after his sentencing last month. he offered a short teary apology. let's look at what he said and when i asked him about it. watch. >> i need to clarify when i apologized on the clip you just showed, i was apologizing for people getting involved, okay? this was not a hoax. never was. >> larry: what was it? >> never was. >> larry: what do you make of him saying, sheriff, that he was apologizing for a
issue that has a serious connection to the united states of america. >> larry: the congressman is going to stay with us. the state department operations center has set up the following number for americans receiving information about family members in haiti. the number is 1-888-407-4747. i'll repeat it. 1-888-407-4747 for information you see on the screen about faechl membe family members in hay take. the congressman remains. we'll be right back. anncr vo: ...call emergency services... anncr vo: ...collect accident information. anncr vo: or just watch some fun videos. anncvo: it's so easy, a caveman can do it. caveman: unbelievable... caveman: where's my coat? it was suede with the fringe. vo: download the glovebox app free at geico.com. and now i know without enough, our bodies can steal it from our bones. only caltrate delivers 1200 mg of calcium and 800 iu of vitamin d, in just two tablets. share some tlc. tender loving caltrate, yeah. would you like a pony ? yeah ! ( cluck, cluck, cluck ) oh, wowww ! that's fun ! you didn't say i could have a real one. well, you didn't ask. even kid
an earthquake. >> reporter: that's for sure. certainly in central america i have covered them before, but this time i -- you just -- so many landmarks have been lost here. so many homes, that it is just an incredible sight to behold and how people are teeming out in the streets and yet so far they are remaining calm throughout. as you said, this party will be going on all night. people are afraid to go back home certainly so they're trying to make the very best of it. >> larry: thank you, susan candiotti. terrific work on the scene in port-au-prince. we're going to talk to the new director of u.s. aid in charge of coordinating american relief response to this disaster. he's the man in charge. what are they up against? you're going to find out right after the break. even the best blades get worn down. when that happens, it's not as comfortable, see? when the strip turns white you should think about changing it... for a smoother ride. (announcer) gillette fusion. fresh blade. more comfortable shave. >> larry: we welcome to "larry king live," this special edition, the administrator of t
community college, the students learn to keep america's wind turbines going and to keep them safe, the only battery they trust in their high voltage meters are duracell rechargeables. so whether you're responsible for tomorrow... or enjoying today... it just has to work. duracell smart power. duracell trusted everywhere >> larry: elizabeth and john edwards have split up, revealed on this program by john edwards's former top aide last week. wait until you see "people" magazine tomorrow. there's the cover. it all is about the breakup. lts senior editor of "people" is with us in new york. roy sekoff, founder editor of huffingtonpost.com is with us. elizabeth is moving on with her life and wants to put his difficult chapter behind her. it was an excruciatingly painful period for her. she has no interest in rehashing the past. based on the limited portions of the book that have been made available it is clear it contains many falsehoods and exaggerations. she will not engage in a dialogue on each of the false charges but would like to set the record straight on two key points. first the allegati
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